Ultra-Concentrated Solution. Diluted 8:1 before use. Effective even after dilution
Works great on those "Love Bugs" found in Florida
Use on the windshield, side rockers, front end of a vehicle, and side mirrors
Powerful and safe. Light scrubbing may be eliminated when using a high-pressure wash
If light scrubbing is needed, be sure to pair this item with our bug sponge
Greenway's Bugs B Gone is a heavy-duty bug remover that will quickly remove bug splatters and insects from all of your vehicle's surfaces. Bugs B Gone will quickly remove away those nasty insect splatters and environmental fall-outs from the windshield, side rockers, and front end of your vehicle. This product works great on those "Love Bugs" found in Florida. Greenway's Bugs B Gone unique thicker formula is designed to keep Bugs B Gone on the front end, which allows the solution to dissolve and soften the bugs and insects.
Bugs B Gone is fast-acting, which allows you to remove bug splatters and insects without heavy scrubbing, which would induce swirl marks into the paint's finish. Bugs B Gone is powerful yet safe. Scrubbing can usually be eliminated when using Bugs B Gone and a high-pressure wash. Bugs B Gone is also an excellent product to use on your motorcycle or boat.
How to use and dilution guide:
The typical dilution for Greenway's Bugs B Gone is 8:1. Eight parts water to 1 part of the product. We suggest you purchase our empty 32-ounce dilution bottle for this product if you are unfamiliar with proper dilution. The product can be diluted less with water if a more potent version has to be made, but we suggest our dilution ratio. Only a couple of ounces are needed to make a ready to use (RTU) 16-ounce bottle of Bugs B Gone. Always add water slowly to avoid excess foam.
Wet the entire area to be cleaned. Always keep the site wet, especially when working in direct sun. Spray each section that needs to be treated with Bugs B Gone. Let the product dwell for approximately 30 seconds to 1 minute before agitation. Agitate area with the appropriate bug sponge or wash mitt and rinse thoroughly.
If you are working in a garage or heavily shaded area, usually the complete area that needs bug removal can be accomplished in one step. This is because the product will not dry quickly onto the surface to which it is being applied. Spray the entire affected areas and let dwell approximately 30 seconds to 1 minute. Agitate and then rinse areas off from top to bottom.
We like to do our bug removal stage first. Since this step can take some time, we suggest doing your complete bug removal and then proceeding to wash the rest of your vehicle. This can help to avoid water spots and water usage. The areas that usually need treatment are the mirror housings, windshield, and the vehicle's front end.
The grille area of the vehicle can sometimes be challenging to clean. Using an incredibly soft brush will get in all the cracks and crevices on the front end. Most detailers neglect to prep the vehicle correctly. The preparation of the exterior surface is the MOST IMPORTANT step of the detail. If you do not prepare the surface accurately for further detailing (E.g., waxing, polishing, compounding, glazing), you will spend much more time trying to remove excess bug residue from cracks and crevices during the “dry” stage of detailing. During the preparation of the “wet” phase of the detailing process, spending more time preparing the vehicle can save SIGNIFICANT time during the final detail stage. Many cracks and crevices on the vehicle's surfaces that contain minor to moderate contamination might be tough to remove with detail sprays and crevice tools at the end of the detail.
Missing the small details at the end of the detail will alarm the customer to inspect many commonly missed areas further. While this is not a negative aspect since the customer is paying for a detailed vehicle, you might overlook some fatigue items after working on the same car for several hours. Working smarter and knowing the proper steps to perform at a professional level comes from experience, research, trial, and error to find the method that works best for your business.